Dartmouth-Lake Sunapee, NH (PRWEB) May 16, 2017
ReportingMD has partnered with Henry Schein Medical Systems, Inc., a subsidiary of Henry Schein, Inc., to integrate its population health application, Total Outcomes Management (TOM), with Henry Schein’s practice management and electronic health record software, MicroMD. As a result, health care organizations can gather and analyze clinical data across a patient’s many care settings to generate reports that may reveal opportunities to improve the patient’s health and the provider’s financial outcomes.
With a single click, MicroMD will have access to TOM’s powerful drill-through reporting (network performance down to patient care) to conduct care gap analyses, enabling providers to identify the differences between the current and desired performance levels of a company's systems or application. The ReportingMD analytics engine aggregates claims’ data from the practice management software, and clinical data from the EMR, to provide network, practice, and provider-level performance.
When CMS opens the submission window, ReportingMD handles the entire submission process. ReportingMD submits data in the required format per CMS specifications. Once the submission is complete, ReportingMD exports submission confirmation reports and sends them to all submitting practices.
ReportingMD, a CMS qualified registry and a QCDR with a certified EHR product, is a national leader in quality analytics reporting. Our population health products lead the industry in clinical quality reporting, delivering 100% reporting success without fail for the past 9 years. ReportingMD can submit performance data to meet all pay-for-performance program requirements, including the Quality category under the new Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) in 2017. The MIPS Quality category reporting requirement is multifaceted and requires experience and agile software to navigate its complex framework. ReportingMD has the experience and software and is ready to support those reporting requirements under MIPS. Through powerful patient care gap analysis and patient severity identification, ReportingMD will highlight care deficiencies transforming value-based care that can earn up to 12% of Medicare bonus dollars. ReportingMD’s powerful reporting engines and support have successfully managed quality outcomes data for thousands of providers under various quality programs including ACO, PQRS, and HEDIS (STARS). ReportingMD is devoted to helping clients excel in an increasingly data-centric and value-focused environment. To learn more, visit http://www.ReportingMD.com.